Spurs v West Ham - travel information
21 November 2015|Tottenham Hotspur
Important timetables and information for fans travelling by rail to Sunday’s match against West Ham United at White Hart Lane.
Remember we kick-off 4pm.
Supporters travelling to Sunday’s game should be advised that due to Network Rail track renewal works in the Tottenham Hale and Northumberland Park area there will be no Abellio Greater Anglia services calling at these stations.
Therefore, all additional services will call at White Hart Lane station in addition to the normal eight-carriage trains. London Overground will be operating at their standard frequency of four trains per hour.
To/from Liverpool Street and Seven Sisters
To supplement the London Overground service and provide additional capacity, Abellio Greater Anglia will run up to six services per hour.
These services will:
- Set down only at White Hart Lane before the game starting with 12.43 from Liverpool Street (12.56 at Seven Sisters).
- Pick up only at White Hart Lane after the game finishing with 17.54 to Seven Sisters and Liverpool Street.
To/from Cheshunt and beyond
Due to limitations in line capacity on the route via Seven Sisters, the Hertford East service will run as a shuttle to/from Broxbourne where supporters will need to change. For other stations, trains will run at different times to normal and supporters are advised to check the timetable at the link below.
Up to six Abellio Greater Anglia services per hour will:
- Set down only at White Hart Lane before the game starting with 11.51 from Cambridge (Bishop’s Stortford 12.28, Harlow Town 12.39, Broxbourne 12.47, Cheshunt 12.51).
- Pick up only at White Hart Lane after the game finishing with 20.30 to Cambridge.
London Overground will be operating at their standard frequency of two trains per hour throughout the day to/from Cheshunt.
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